user interface/desktops

openbox - A highly configurable and standards-compliant X11 window manager

License: GPLv2+
Vendor: Fedora Project
Openbox is a window manager designed explicity for standards-compliance and
speed. It is fast, lightweight, and heavily configurable (using XML for its
configuration data). It has many features that make it unique among window
managers: window resistance, chainable key bindings, customizable mouse
actions, multi-head/Xinerama support, and dynamically generated "pipe menus."

For a full list of the standards with which it is compliant,
please see the COMPLIANCE file in the included documentation of this package.
For a graphical configuration editor, you'll need to install the obconf
package. For a graphical menu editor, you'll need to install the obmenu


openbox-3.5.2-6.fc20.x86_64 [305 KiB] Changelog by Fedora Release Engineering (2014-08-17):
- Rebuilt for

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